EU closes rule-of-law case against Poland

EU closes rule-of-law case against Poland
EU closes rule-of-law case against Poland/Reuters
EU closes rule-of-law case against Poland
EU closes rule-of-law case against Poland/Reuters

EU closes rule-of-law case against Poland

EU closes rule-of-law case against Poland

EU closes rule-of-law case against Poland

BRUSSELS, May 6 (Reuters) – The European Union Commission no longer believes there is a risk to the rule of law in Poland, EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Monday, adding that the EU would therefore end rule-of-law proceedings against the country, which were initiated over six years ago.

“Today marks the opening of a new chapter for Poland”, von der Leyen said in a post on X.

The proceedings were launched when far-right populist party PiS ruled the country. Last year, Donald Tusk, a pro-EU liberal, won the national election, putting Poland again on a more pro-EU course.

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